CFPB sues Top Notch Funding for lying in loan offers to NFL players, Deepwater Horizon victims, and 9/11 first responders

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau filed suit today against Top Notch Funding and two individuals associated with the company for lying in loan offerings to consumers who were awaiting payment from settlements in legal cases or from victim-compensation funds. These consumers included former National Football League players suffering from neurological disorders, victims of the Deepwater Horizon oil-rig disaster, and 9/11 first responders. In a complaint and proposed consent order filed in federal court, the CFPB is seeking to prevent Top Notch, its owner Rory Donadio, and his business associate John “Gene” Cavalli from offering or providing such products in the future, and to require them to pay $70,000 in civil money penalties.

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